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Snapchat is reportedly working on third-party access controls

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Snap is reportedly working on a new feature that will let users control which third-party apps will have access to their Snapchat accounts, according to Mashable. The publication reports that the latest beta version of Snapchat features a new tab in the settings screen called “Connected Apps.” The screen simply has text that reads: “These […]

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Logitech’s new headset shows it’s serious about capturing the pro gaming market

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Logitech G announced a new wired gaming headset today: the Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset. It’s being marketed as a comfortable headset with a quality microphone and sound-isolating ear pads. Logitech says its leatherette ear pads should offer 50 percent more sound isolation than prior headsets. The removable microphone features a pop filter and noise […]

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Tim Cook on building Apple’s next campus: ‘We’re not doing a beauty contest kind of thing’

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In an interview with Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Apple CEO Tim Cook made thinly-veiled remarks about Amazon’s city-search for a new headquarters and how it compares with Apple’s plan to build a new campus somewhere in the US. Although he wouldn’t specify where Apple’s new campus is going to be (beyond that […]

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Google’s LinkedIn competitor adds a tool for recruiters to reach out to past applicants with new jobs

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Google is building out its LinkedIn competitor Hire with a new feature designed to save hiring managers time when a new job becomes available. The new tool, called candidate discovery, lets recruiters sort through the applicant pool according to whether a candidate had been marked as a prospective, previously interviewed for a job, or received […]

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The person behind the Like button says software is wasting our time

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Last year, when a series of former Facebook executives came forward to reveal misgivings about the world that social media had created, few names resonated more loudly than Justin Rosenstein’s. Rosenstein, who helped to develop the Like button at Facebook and previously worked on Gmail chat at Google, told The Guardian that he had taken […]

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How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet

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If you’ve been looking for it, you may have seen a lot of privacy policies change in the past few months. From Google to Slack, companies are quietly updating terms, rewriting contracts, and rolling out new personal data tools in preparation for a massive shift in the legal landscape. So far, it’s mostly been a […]

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New York Auto Show 2018: the latest news and the fastest cars

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The New York Auto Show of 2018 has begun and we’re on the ground to see what the car industry has to offer. So far: plenty of electrified SUVs like the Lincoln Aviator and VW Cross Sport Concept, and luxurious self-drivers like Waymo’s Jaguar I-Pace. We’ve collected all the biggest announcements and best car photos […]

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Apple is creating a center in Chicago where teachers can train to code

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Following Apple’s education-based event at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago, the company has announced it is working with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Northwestern University to create a hub for training teachers on its Everyone Can Code curriculum. The hub, called the Center For Excellence, will be located at Lane Tech. This […]

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Tesla defends Autopilot after fatal Model X crash

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The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a fatal crash involving a Tesla Model X that occurred last Friday morning in Mountain View, California. The agency is looking into whether Tesla’s semi-autonomous Autopilot feature had anything to do with the crash and is investigating a fire that resulted from the car’s battery system. The severity […]

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How badly designed electronic health records can put patients in danger

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The clunky interfaces of electronic health records aren’t just a pain for clinicians to work with — they can also occasionally endanger patients, new research says. A team of researchers at MedStar, a not-for-profit health care system headquartered in Maryland, collected nearly 2 million reports of safety hazards from clinics in Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic […]

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